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Self-massage for TMJ disorder, jaw pain, and headache

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Have a look at part 2 of this video clip at, as well as my TMJ technique video for massage therapy therapists on my other network, at.
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Have jaw pain, clicking, or various other disorder? Find on your own getting headaches that stay in your holy places? Use the concepts of myofascial release (slow-moving and also angled, no "excavating") to delicately retrain your nerves. Attempt a sluggish pass of this technique twice a day: upon increasing, as well as prior to bed. Let me find out about your development in the remarks below!

July 26, 2016
27 Comments
punker4Real May 17, 2015 4:57:36

I have this issue for about 2 months ( it may have been longer since it
has sounded like a cement mixer for a while but had gotten worse 2 months
ago to causing a lot of pain)Wednesday I was in the ER because of a lot
pain (6-7 out of 10) the pain med did not work out for me (undesirable
side effects) but my jaw snapped back into place yesterday(Friday )
morning making a loud snapping noise
estimated 100+db snap sounded like someone punched the wall
my jaw was about 3/4″ out of place on my left side .
My hearing is better
but my balance is still slightly off since body will have to recalibrate
it self over time. but I would instantly lose balance if I closed my eyes
also lost my balance while riding my skateboard 3 times.
My pain has gone down to Zero but the muscles are still sore (soreness is
not pain it”s just a annoyance to me )

    punker4Real May 17, 2015 20:35:47

    +punker4Real tobad it slip back out of place today

Chelsea Sucic June 20, 2015 23:48:27

Omg this was amazing. I did not think this was going to help that much, but
it feels like freedom to be able to fully open my jaw for the first time in
days 😌

    Body-Mind Conspiracy June 30, 2015 1:58:09

    +Chelsea Sucic Great news!

fawna plunk October 24, 2015 4:58:31

This is amazing! Never thought to do that but it works wonders! :)

Andi Phillip November 10, 2015 16:03:30

Thank you! I only have pain when under extreme stress. This helps a
ton…and you’re kinda soothing and adorable so that helps.

Amber Rogers November 30, 2015 22:00:11

I have to say thank u for this. All my time in massage therapy school and
when i was working as a massage therapist everyone in the field just kept
telling me all that would help would be intra-oral massage or sitting and
killing myself finding trigger points and truthfully that just made it
worse. I tried your technique and literally instantly at least a 75%
reduction in pain. Cant wait to see the results over time….

Michael Wakefield December 8, 2015 16:22:56

Thanks helps a lot

marmalize December 22, 2015 5:44:50

thank you, this helps so much

Marky Sahin December 22, 2015 23:45:23

hi i can barely open my mouth to eat, this is really really painful

Kamal AL-Hinai January 11, 2016 6:48:17

I hope all your pains go away :). Even you guys ;D

LEXagFC January 18, 2016 10:33:42

Am I the only one who thought I had a hair on my screen?

emerald drake January 21, 2016 17:11:15

I am having a horrible TMJ day! My jaw, neck, and head are all pounding. I
am long term TMJ sufferer, over 15 years. This video did help a bit so
thanks. I am wondering do you hear your clients with TMJ issues mention
that they kind of force their jaw to pop. Not just the pop when they go to
eat or yawn but to actually manipulate the jaw to pop. kind of like
cracking ones knuckles.
When I pop my jaw I get about 20 seconds of pain relief but I do this so
many times a day Im sure its making it worse. (anyone on here do this?) Its
a terrible habit, i just cant seem to stop.

    emerald drake March 1, 2016 1:08:05

    +Jess on a Quest YES IT IS TERRIBLE! I find a really hot long shower helps.
    Just to let the water run on my jaw, temples and neck.

    Ulisses Garcia April 30, 2016 21:17:19

    Yes. This is exactly the same for me except I’ve had jaw problems for 3
    years

    emerald drake May 1, 2016 1:14:38

    +Ulisses Garcia I have recently been fitted with a "bite splint"
    from a tmj specialist. It is reliving some of the pressure. It keeps my jaw
    bone from rubbing against the socket/ bone on bone. ( I have no jaw discs).
    The hope is that scar tissue will form and act as a buffer.

    Ulisses Garcia May 1, 2016 2:28:50

    +emerald drake Oh goodness. 🙁
    I would hope I don’t get anything like that but sadly I think I might. how
    recently did you get it on you and is it comfortable on you aside from your
    jaw?

    emerald drake May 3, 2016 13:40:35

    I just got it on in April. Its ok as far as comfort. you can feel it but
    its not painful. The worse thing I ever did was go to my primary care for
    my jaw pain. I should have gone to a specialist right off. Its best to get
    the right help as soon as possible.

Nadiya Karalash February 26, 2016 5:14:11

THANK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU.

Katie Bradshaw March 11, 2016 1:17:54

thank you

BoB Xan (BoBworld) March 23, 2016 2:21:49

Thank you

Machu March 24, 2016 14:16:52

Works amazingly, thank you!

angel m. April 9, 2016 17:20:00

gonna try these exercises out .. hope it helps me…

rivka tzur May 21, 2016 16:50:44

thank you so much’ it is very helpful!!!

Calen Darfur May 23, 2016 23:43:38

2 days in bed on ambien to ignore the pain and over 20 ibuprofen and so far
this is the only thing that’s helped a little. I’m going to keep doing it.
Can I do it too much?

Kelli July 2, 2016 17:21:02

How often/how much should this be done? Many times a day? Not too many? Is
less more? Or more best? THANK YOU!! Feels better after few time! Would be
great to use the jaw normally after decades of pain and not being able to.

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